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Ann Murray & Malcolm Martineau - Brahms & Schumann: Lieder (2015)

27-07-2016, 20:06
Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Brahms & Schumann: Lieder
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Linn Records
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue, booklet)
Total Time: 63:58
Total Size: 252 MB

Ann Murray & Malcolm Martineau - Brahms & Schumann: Lieder (2015)

Brahms & Schumann: Lieder sees Dame Ann Murray, one of the great vocal artists of the past decades, return to the recording studio to perform a personal selection of Lieder.
Brahms & Schumann: Lieder, Anns first solo album in over a decade, will be her final Lieder recording and a fitting way to draw her long and distinguished recording career to a close.
Still a regular fixture on the opera circuit, Anns voice remains impressive. Following a Brahms recital at Wigmore Hall earlier this year, The Times stated: Her still-penetrating mezzo was the highlight of the evening. Murray really sings through Brahmss cantabile lines while losing nothing in theatrical awareness.
It is difficult to imagine a singer who inspires greater affection and admiration than Ann Murray DBE. With Malcolm Martineau at the piano, this beautifully balanced programme sees Ann perform some of her favourite works by Schumann and Brahms.
The recording features Malcolm Martineau (piano) Benjamin Appl (baritone), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Johnny Langridge (tenor & Anns son) and Hester Dickson (piano & Malcolms mother).
Ann Murray performs regularly with the Glyndebourne Festival, English National Opera, the Royal Opera and the Metropolitan Opera, New York and has been a regular guest at the BBC Proms.
A founding member of Graham Johnsons organization, The Songmakers Almanac and a Jury member for the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2009 and Song Prize, Ann Murray is a lover of song and has been acclaimed worldwide for her own performances.
In the 2002 Golden Jubilee Queen's Birthday Honours Murray was appointed an honorary Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. She is an Honorary Doctor of Music at the National University of Ireland and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music.

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